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    7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    Taveras 8
    Gonzalez 6
    Votto 3
    Phillips 4
    Encarnacion 5
    Nix 7
    Gomes 9
    Tatum 2
    Arroyo 1

    Arroyo (10-9, 5.21) vs. RHP Kevin Correia (6-8, 4.84)

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    Eckstein 4
    Ad.Gonzalez 3
    Kouzmanoff 5
    Headley 7
    Blanks 9
    Blanco 2
    Cabrera 6
    Correia 1
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    Re: 7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    "Ok guys, we won last night and were gonna win tonight. Then we win tomorrow. That's called a winning streak. It HAS happened before."

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    Re: 7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    Leadoff triple, followed by a pop up. Now Gonzalez up for the Padres. Arroyo is usually good at pitching out of trouble. Would settle for one run here.

    Gonzalez flies to short center. Runner holds. I'm no longer willing to give up one run.

    Kouzmanoff doubles home the run.

    First inning blues again for the Reds.

    K ends the inning.

    1-0 Pads.
    Last edited by Kc61; 07-28-2009 at 07:21 PM.

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    Re: 7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    chat is open
    "panic" only comes from having real expectations

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    Re: 7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    Why in the world is AGon batting 2nd???
    "panic" only comes from having real expectations

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    Re: 7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    .530 OBP for the top two hitters in the Reds lineup tonight.


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    The Dumbletastic Duo: making sure Votto comes up with the bases empty and two outs most of the time.

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    Re: 7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    Reds go down in order. I've always kind of liked Correia. I wish the Reds had him. He's better than Owings IMO.
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    Re: 7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    Reds go in order. Votto swings at ball four and Ks.

    With this lineup, the Pads may already have the margin of victory with their one run.

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    Re: 7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    Reds go in order. Votto swings at ball four and Ks.

    With this lineup, the Pads may already have the margin of victory with their one run.
    Really? I think we have 3 guys who combined for 4 HRs last night who haven't stepped to the plate yet.
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    Re: 7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    I've been out of pocket, I was surprised to see Tatum catching tonight, did I miss something with Hanigan?
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    Re: 7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    Quote Originally Posted by 11larkin11 View Post
    Really? I think we have 3 guys who combined for 4 HRs last night who haven't stepped to the plate yet.
    I've been watching all season, as you have. No lead against the Reds is too small.

    Pads get second and third but pitcher grounds to EE who gets the man on third in a rundown. Two out, first and third.

    Fly out. Inning ends. Arroyo lucky that nobody scores.

    As larkin points out, Reds lumber coming up.

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    Re: 7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    Quote Originally Posted by Kc61 View Post
    I've been watching all season, as you have. No lead against the Reds is too small.

    Pads get second and third but pitcher grounds to EE who gets the man on third in a rundown. Two out, first and third.

    Fly out. Inning ends. Arroyo lucky that nobody scores.

    As larkin points out, Reds lumber coming up.
    I know, but this team has been, for the past decade, one word. Streaky. For awhile there, our offense was fine, but our SP was letting us down. Every person on this team (sans Votto, who may be on one right now) is streaky. Our players have always been streaky
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    Re: 7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    Fantasic at bat by Mr. Nix.
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    Re: 7/28/09: Redlegs vs. Fathers

    Even better by Mr. Gomes. Loved that nice easy swing to hit it to RC.
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